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A Q&A with Wyatt Hoffman of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
As cyber-attacks continue to mount, private organizations are ramping up their security activities, and many wonder whether “active cyber defense” is the answer. Of course, what constitutes “active cyber defense” is an emerging debate for international lawmakers and policy makers, says Carnegie Endowment for International Peace senior research analyst Wyatt Hoffman. I asked him about this concept and the related issues at hand.
Cyber Risk News
- Comcast Dealing With Major Outage Nationwide
- A New Data Leak Reportedly Exposed 230 Million Americans’ Personal Information
- Nearly $1 Million Stolen from CHET Accounts During Security Breach
- TaskRabbit says data breach affected 3.75 million app users and contractors
- Hundreds of Hotels Affected by Data Breach at Hotel Booking Software Provider